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in california and everywhere. >>> pope francis going offscript on palm sunday with a story from his childhood. >>> and one of the bay area's most harrowing roadways finally becoming a reality. >>> the debate over same sex marriage is headed for the supreme court this week in not one, but two cases. one of those cases is california's prop 8. the other is whether the federal government can refuse to recognize same sex marriages in states where they are legal. brian moore has this preview. >> reporter: people have been camping outside the supreme court for days to witness history. as the justices take on the first ever cases dealing with same sex marriage. >> marriage equality! >> reporter: on tuesday, the court will hear a challenge to california's proposition 8, which defined marriage as one man, one woman. >> if there was no evidence, none, that allowing gays and lesbians to marry harms the institution of marriage or harms anyone else. >> reporter: the justices could decide if any state can ban same sex marriage of simply limit the case to california. >> the last thing we need is to shut down
it along. live in hayward, monte francis. >>> developing news from afghanistan. the death of a husband and son, a soldier from the east bay. 31-year-old sergeant first class james grisham from hayward dried thursday at a military hospital in germany from gunshot wounds he suffered two days earlier in afghanistan. grisham was assigned to the special forces group based in ft. lewis, washington. he had served in iraq and was on his fifth overseas deployment. grisham was a 1999 graduate of mt. eden high school. he is survived by his wife. >>> u.s. secretary of state john kerry made a stop in iraq today. kerry met with iraq's prime minister for what was described as a very spirited discussion. they talked about iraq's delicate transition to democracy, as the country prepares for upcoming elections. >> we all want to see iraq succeed. such an enormous investment of our treasure, our people, and our money in this initiative. the world has an interest in seeing iraq take a leading role in the world as a functioning democracy. >> the talk also focused on iraq granting iran access to its air spa
in the morning. live in pacifica tonight, monte francis, nbc bay area news. >> monte, thank you. >>> and police in the east bay tonight are trying to determine the cause of death of a man who was found floating in the bay near richmond. police received a call around 3:00 this afternoon about a body in the water. homicide investigators were called in, but at this point it appears the death may have been an accident. they say the man may have slipped and fell into the water and then died. authorities have identified the body, but are still trying to contact family members. >>> the debate over same-sex marriage is headed for the supreme court this week. both sides will have their say on the federal defense of marriage act. on tuesday, justices will hear arguments on california's prop and consider whether states can stop same-sex marriage. people have been camping outside the proportionate for days to witness history. on tuesday, the court will hear a challenge to proposition 8. it defined marriage as one man, one woman. >> no evidence, none, that allowing gays and lesbians to marry harms the insti
.the the national institutes of health. >> dr. francis collins, can you give us in a nutshell what nih >> the national institute of health is an amazing place. it has a budget every year of approximately $30 billion. half of that goes out to grants in every state of the nation. when you hear about a breakthrough that has happened in diabetes research or autism or alzheimer's, it is very likely that it came from a university or institute somewhere that was supported by nih. that is what we do. we support the best and brightest to chase after their visionary ideas, and we think we are good at that. as thet is the influence? director, with 27 institutes and centers, how do you influence what goes on? >> it is a very big place. it has 27 institutes and centers. they are various diseases- or organ-instance focused.there is a can start institute, a diabetes institute, a heart and lung institute. each of these is led by remarkable, world-class scientists. they work across the landscape to try to identify what has to happen next in order to advance human health. my role as nih director is to l
filled st. peter's square today for pope francis' first palm sunday mass. in his homily marking the start of holy week, the pope encouraged people to be humble and joyful. at the end of the mass, pope francis was then driven around to greet the crowd. he also kissed and petted the heads of infants passed to him by bodyguards. >> reporter: thousands of people also gathered at churches to celebrate palm sunday. according to scripture, palm sunday marks jesus' entry to jerusalem. it's the beginning of the holiest week culminating with easter sunday. >>> a warning tonight from san mateo sheriff deputy who say they are seeing a rise in so called door knock robberies. the sheriff's office says thieves knock on the front door of the house to see if someone is home. if someone answers the door, the thieves will ask the directions of name of a person in the home but if no one answers the door, they break- in. >>> new information tonight about a hit-and-run in oakland that killed a bicyclists police have now arrested a woman in connection with last night's crash. officers found the victim in the 26
a year later. i want to run this clip. [video clip] >> francis collins, who did the human genome project, and who brought it in under budget, we are on opposite sides of the religious debate. we became friends. he is a very convinced christian. we became friendly debaters, and he has taken a very kindly interest in my case and has helped me have my genome sequenced to look for a more perfect, identifiable match for a mutation that is peculiar to me. >> how did you become friends? >> as christopher said, we started out as debating about the topic of science and faith. in fact, are these world views compatible? for me, they are. as a believer, the opportunity to do science and see god's hands in nature is a wonderful, positive experience. christopher, obviously, has taken a different view and has been articulate in his argument, on the side of atheism. so we began with the circumstance of having an intellectual jousting about this, and he is a very impressive debater and intellect, but over the course of time, we became friends. i have great respect for the way he could amass arguments and
years ago when prop 8 became law. lester? >> pete, thanks. >>> at the vatican today, pope francis celebrated palm sunday mass before a crowd estimated at 250,000. he marked the start of holy week by encouraging people to be um balance and joyful and to lead simple lives. the pope from argentina announced he'll travel to neighboring brazil in july after the mass he climbed into a pope mobile to move among the crowd showing once again he enjoys connecting with the faithful. >>> when "nbc nightly news" continues on this sunday -- making and watching tv in a whole new way. inside the netflix revolution. >>> and later, the city that went from one of the fattest in america to one of the fittest. >>> the days of rushing home or planning your night around catching your favorite network tv shows are largely gone, thanks to the dvr, which of course allows people to watch whenever they want. but just as tv networks have adjusted to that viewing model, a company better known for renting and streaming movies is offering tv viewers a whole new way to enjoy first run shows. nbc's michelle franze
- starting with palm sunday. pope francis led his first palm sunday mass in saint peter's square. the week's celebrations come to an end next sunday with easter. ben wedeman has more. >> tens of thousands crammed and to st. peter's square is the beginning of the holy week. the new pope has electrified a plane homily facing the challenges of the young, war weary. let us look are round he said and how many wounds are inflicted on humanity by evil. economic conflict and greed for money which nobody can take with them. as he did before his inauguration polk francis went through st. peter's square without the usual bullet proof plexiglas kissing babies and shaking hands. his security was challenged by his unpredictable ways. later he will break with tradition with a holy thursday ceremony and a juvenile prison. instead of traditional church. he is clearly determined to break tradition. >> passover begins at sundown tomorrow. all over the world, people are gathering to celebrate the holiday that commemorates the jewish people's escape from slavery in egypt. for seven days in israel-and eight day
instead of a bulletproof pope mobile. during his message pope francis urged followers to shun corruption and greed. >>> have you noticed that your gas is cheaper? we're on a four-week streak where gas prices are on a steady decline. the lundberg survey reports the national average is 3.71 for a gallon of regular unleaded. that's 22 cents cheaper than a year ago this week. the most expensive gas is in chicago. cheapest is in billings, montana. >>> a pre-historic's family's road trip rose to the top of the box office this weekend. >> my name is eep and this is my family, the croods. he's been in a cave forever. >> three days is not forever. >> it earned more than $44 million. olympus' "fallen" has come in second with $30 million, "oz, the great and powerful" ranked third with $22 million. >>> and some incredible video out of south africa to show you. divers were hoping for an up close with a great white shark and got a lot more than they bargained for. >> down, down, down. >> whoa! >> he went through. >> oh, my god. >> the thrill seekers used bait to attract the shark to the boat and the s
quite well. pope francis declared the two brothers. francis refused to pray alone at the toppled kneeler -- the papal kneeler. i haven't been a catholic in a long time. opting instowed pray side by side with benedict in the same pew. isn't that sweet? >> pew pew. >> really bad buddy comedy movie. >> stephanie: francis gifted the exiting pope with a madonna of humility icon. >> just a regift. >> regift from the last pope. >> stephanie: what is it? oh did you keep the receipt? [ laughter ] telling him -- >> anchovies on the pizza? >> stephanie: i don't know. what people like to know about fashion. >> something other than a robe? >> stephanie: pope francis distinguished himself from pope benedict's simple white -- proving francis to be a style maverick. >> okay. >> stephanie: he's going to make one of those e! shows. bachmann getting him a new hat so he will look super. ♪ i'm super thanks for asking ♪ ♪ i'm feeling super nothing bugs me ♪ ♪ everything is super when you're don't you think i look cute in this hat ♪ >> stephanie: in this super high pope hat. >> he will replace giul
. there was a black man in 1946 named willie francis, 17 years old who had killed a pharmacist. they put him in a chair. the executioner said good-bye willie and willie didn't go anywhere. that case made it to the supreme court. the justices decided it would be constitutional to put willie in the chair again. but jis advertise frankfurter was so distressed he voted for the execution. he felt he had no choice. he was so distressed he reached out to a member of the louisiana bar to try and stop that excuse in louisiana. willie francis was executed. >> with so many of these cases the dispitions are important. no question about that. but the stories that precede the decision and follow are just fascinating. i find that with so many supreme court cases but especially these death penalty cases. one of the big death penalty decisions is greg versus georgia when the supreme court reinstated capital punishment in 1976. we all thought that greg would be the first person to be executed, a georgia defendant. but on the eve of his execution he wound up escaping from prison with four of the worst murderer
of presidential news conferences. after that, "q&a" with nih director dr. francis collins. >> let's go straight. you have been on the
, with the bigger picture, as always. rick, thank you. >>> we turn overseas to the vatican, where pope francis celebrated his first palm sunday mass, to begin the holy week leading up to easter. from the steps of st. peter's, he urged the crowd of worshippers to be humble and young at heart. he toured the square in his popemobile, open to the crowd, despite the concern of his security detail. kissing babies and shaking hands there. >>> in rome tomorrow, everyone watching something else. italy's high court will once again determine the fate of amanda knox. the american college student who was convicted and then acquitted of murdering her roommate. the prosecutors who held her behind bars there for four years are arguing she should be returned to jail. here's abc's nick schifrin tonight. >> my family is really the most important thing right now. and i just want to go and be with them. >> reporter: amanda knox waited four years for that homecoming. but tonight, she's anxious that italy's supreme court could put her freedom in jeopardy. >> the fact that she spent three or four years in an italian
halfway house program. "washington journal," live on c- span. " with dr. francis collins. commons. house of then george osborne, chancellor of the exchequer, talks about the british budget. >> monday night, on "first ladies," called a bigamist and adulterer during her husband's campaign, rachel jackson dies of an apparent heart attack before andrew jackson takes office. his niece becomes white house hostess, but is later dismissed as followed from a scandal. later, angelico ben-gurion is hostfo
. >> pope francis celebrating his first palm sunday mass in vatican city. >> he took time to remind the hundreds of thousands in saint peters square to remain humble and loyal to god. palm sunday is the final sunday of lent. it marks the start of holy week for christians around the world leading up to the holiest day on the christian calendar of course easter. >> wild weather across the country is spawning a lot of snowstorms and tornadoes. take a look at the incredible video coming out of orlando. how frightening there. fierce winds crashing through the front doors of a lowe's store blowing shopping carts around you can see it there. out west a tanker goes up in flames after whiteout conditions led to a massive 50 car pileup. fortunately no one there died. people in kansas city are bearing a lot of snow. dumping as much as 9 inches in kansas city. that's the 5@5:00. >> what in the world is going on. with more on that extreme weather alert this storm taking aim at new york city. hi there. how much snow can the northeast expect today? >> depends where you are. if you live in new york
and hopes to earn her living as a writer. >> pope francis celebrated his first mass in st. peter's square today. he encouraged people to be humble and young at heart. the square over flowed with people eager to join the pope at the start of holy week. it leads up to easter sunday at -- at the end of the mass he walked outside of the popemobile. >>> new at 11:00, the humanitarian leader launched an anti-violence campaign based on breathing in san jose. they joined shrishri to kick off the cam -- campaign. it will create a stress free and violence free community across america. the movement is lead by the nonprofit art of living foundation. it says they have taken breathing related programs to bring peace into their lives. >> a woman who said her cruise was ruined before it even began. >> and a family plans a cruise to celebrate a soldier's homecoming. a snack leaves him stranded on shore. michael finney's 7 on your sidesteps up to help. >> up next, why the owner of a skydiving facility says the equipment was not to blame for the death of two men whose parachutes never opened. >> and there
that pope francis arguements about relativism are powerful and i believe there are facts on the ground and one of the facts is going to be a state says we will limit marriage to a man and woman but by the way american citizens visit from a different state. what happens to that situation? i mean i think we are now going to be in a muddled but i actually think for the health of the country it is better are to have the muddle and the legislative bodies and in politics than it is to have it cut through by five people on a five to four vote. >> chris: we should point out it is interesting, i didn't realize this, the case going before the court involves a woman, a lesbian who was involved for many years in a marriage and her partner died and she is not getting the exemption that a normal spouse a heterosexual spouse would get so she has to pay taxes on the entire estate left to her. this is on the case that rand paul was talking about should marriage be part of the tax code. >> well, this is the muddle that we are in now chris and could be that the middle ground that justice kennedy tries to
spent the last year working on a memwior and hopes to earn her living as a writer. >> pope francis celebrated his first mass in st. peter's square today. he encouraged people to be humble and young at heart. the square over flowed with people eager to join the pope at the start of holy week. it leads up to easter sunday at -- at the end of the mass he walked outside of the popemobile. >>> new at 11:00, the humanitarian leader launched an anti-violence campaign based on breathing in san jose. they joined shrishri to kick off the cam -- campaign. it will create a stress free and violence free community across america. the movement is lead by the nonprofit art of living foundation. it says they have taken breathing related programs to bring peace into their lives. >> a woman who said her cruise was ruined before it even began. >> and a family plans a cruise to celebrate a soldier's homecoming. a snack leaves him stranded on shore. michael finney's 7 on your sidesteps up to help. >> up next, why the owner of a skydiving facility says the equipment was not to blame for the death of two
of the bay area marin killed at quantico and how any want their loved ones remember. >> pope francis make as major announcement to >> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> now at 6:00, sky 7 showing the new devil slide twin tunnels. in a few hours an official ribbon cutting will take place. drivers will have to wait, still to drive through them. that is our top story this monday morning. hope you had a great weekend. thanks for joining us. >> that orange glow is intriguing from the tunnels. right now, though, we will bring the weather forecast. >> good morning, some of the cooler locations today are certainly at the coast, live doppler 7 hd showing it is quiet but we do have a little bit of fog out there and visibility reduced in the north bay. fur at the coast starting out in the 40's by noon. sunshine and mid-50's and staying cool and the sea breeze kicks in after the noon and temperatures in the upper 50's and for the rest of the bay, we are talking about anybodies in the unper 40's to start out with numbers climbing through the 50's. the clouds will thin out and
worldwide. >> pope francis views the first palm sunday to announce he will travel to rio de janeiro in july. the visit will mark a return to south america for the argentina pope. add the mass, the pope encouraged people to be humble and young at heart in the address to the congregation. the square overflowed with about 250,000 people eager to join the new pope at the start of holy week. the ceremonies lead up to easter sunday. >>the winner of a giant powerball jackpot will be announced. the $338 winning ticket was sold in new jersey at this travel stop and country store. the store manager says that winner called the store from delaware claiming he had the winning ticket but the call dropped before he could get a name. this morning, a truck driver is tweeting that he is the winner of the six the largest jackpot in history and we will find out when the announcement is made at 10:00 if he is really the one. >> one oscar winning actress is in the spotlight but you would not say he is honing her craft. maybe she is. but what craft is it? the latest exhibit at the museum of modern art in new york
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passover to our jewish friends, and "money" with our melissa francis is next. >> investors bet that all is not well in europe, cypress scored the bailout, but the bulls slammed. speculation grew that the brutal terms of the deal may become common place in future bailouts. investors bet on a weaker euro currency cleaned up. the euro at a four month low against the u.s. dollar after coming back from session lows. also, making money, owners of dell stock. actist investor carl icahn placed a rival bid for the company and could top the original $24 billion proposal to take bell private. michael dell reportedly talking to blackstone about the offer in the near future. dell closed up 2.5% today following that news, and the pta's sergio garcia proves he's money on the golf course hitting the ball into a tree during the arnold palmer invitational. he climbed into the tree to play the shot and made maybe thee most insane golf shot ever seen. >> how can that be? [cheers and applause] how about that? sandra: that was real, folks, doing what it takes to make the green. even when they say it's not, i
the world and pope francis greeted people who jammed into st. peter's square. the first pope from latin america promising to attend a youth jamboree. and i'm harris falkner. [applause] >> this week the capital murder trial of a doctor, an abortion clinic owner charged with the murder of seven babies and one patient started in philadelphia. back in 2010, his abortion clinic was searched by police investigating the illegal selling of prescription drugs. but instead, they found what was described as a house of horrors. and we want to warn you, the descriptions of this clinic and its procedures are graphic. in early 2011, philadelphia prosecutors released the disturbing grand jury report on the women's medical center owned by the doctor. the doctor, his wife and eight employees were all arrested and the clinic was filled with unspeakable horrors, body parts in garbage bags and unsanitary rooms and to protect the mother before and after the procedure. according to the philadelphia district attorney, the late term abortions performed were frequent and gruesome. >> in case after case, the doc
with federal housing a minister and acting director edward demarco, and then q and a with dr. francis collins. monday, former afghanistan war commander general john allen talks about the u.s. and nato missions in afghanistan. live coverage from the brookings institution begins at 10:00 eastern on c-span. >> monday night on first ladies, called a bigamist and an adult. during her husband's 1828 campaign, racial jackson dies of before andrew jackson takes office. emily donaldson becomes the hostess but is released in fallout of a scandal. and the daughter of martin van buren is the hostess -- we will include your comments by phone, facebook, and weather. radio and c-n span.org. >> you have been on the commission since 2006 and the chairman has been on since 2009. his term is up and yours will be up next year. should we expect some turnover? years have flown by very quickly,
. friends say he was depressed in recent months but don't believe he would commit suicide. >>> pope francis in his first appearance at his first holy week used some home spun wisdom to encourage people to reach out to the poor. he quoted his grandmother with the adage you can't take it with you, saying there are no pockets in a shroud. he arrived in an uncovered car, greeting a crowd of 250,000. he will lead six more liturgies, including washing of the feet of prisoners in a juvenile facility thursday and culminating with his first easter mass. >>> prince harry coming to the u.s. in may in washington, d.c. he will make stops at walter reed medical center and go to arlington national cemetery and meet with hurricane sandy victims in new york and new jersey. he visited the u.s. last may, but grabbed headlines for his partying ways during a stop in las vegas. >>> here in the newsroom, we are promising each other that we would have shared if we won the $338 million, easy to do when you didn't win. too bad we're not so lucky. the winner hasn't come forward. nbc's ron allen is in new jersey and t
planning on protesting that today. we'll see what happens. >>> newly ordained pope francis holding the palm sunday mass. marks the start of holy week leading up to easter. the vatican estimates that 250,000 faithful jammed into st. peter's square to hear the pope's message of hope. the pontiff encouraging them to be young and humble at heart. >> he is young at heart at 76. there was an image put out over the weekend of this. two popes, at the same time, in the same place. it's been 600 years since we have seen something like this. really quite an image. pope benedict said we're brothers here. they went off to pray together. you notice, put the picture up one more time of the the helicopter behind both of them. this is a long way from the bus that used to take him to bain knows heiress to work in the morning. heather: that's true -- bain no, sir air. bill: why the cdc is warning about feeding infants formula or breast milk too soon. we'll have details. heather: vice president joe biden with controversial comments about the party across the aisle of the we'll talk about what he said. bill: al
francis encouraged people attending palm sunday mass to be humble. so far he's practicing what he preaches. he'll reportedly break from the holy week position. instead of washing the feet of priests, he'll wash the feet of young inmates at a youthful detention center. humety is nothing new. he walked up to the crowd and shake hands and checked out of the his hotel room and personally called to cancel his newspaper delivery in argentina which produced tears we're told in the newspaper delivery man on the other end of the line. and fox news alert, any moment now, italy's highest court could decide whether american amanda knox will go on trial for murder again. ms. knox and her boyfriend raphael were arrested in italy in 2007, accused of murdering knox's roommate marilyn kircher. her body was found in the bedroom where they lived, she and knox. knox's appeal was successful and had conviction overturned after spending four years in prison the murder charge. but italian law allows prosecutors to appeal acquittal and they want another bite at the apple. and lis wiehl, fox news analyst and mark f
officially under way and pope francis captivated crowds during his first palm sunday mass. the pope urged joy to the 250,000 people on hand, many of them carrying ol oh itch brancheses known for his messages of humility, the pope will go to a youth jail in rome thursday to wash the feet of young inmates. >> that's a huge, huge story. the pope going to the juvenile jail on thursday in rome. >>> in the philadelphia inquirer, chris christie will announce later today plans to put the camden school district under state control and appoint a new superintendent and leadership team who will be tasked with turning around new jersey's lowest-performing school districts. >>> and to protect the u.s. from cyber attacks, intelligence agencies are looking to recruit younger agents. the department of homeland security estimates they will need up to 600 new recruits and looking at high school students to fill the void. >>> and in trying to do something from every paper in north america, we're going to the "newark star ledger" powerball officials in new jersey say there is one lucky winning ticket from saturda
at the top though search results. those are the things happening today. >>> pope francis celebrated his first palm sunday mass at the vatican to mark the beof holy week. today marks the start of passover. >>> play in the arnold palmer invitational has one golfer up a tree. his tee shot on the tenth hollanded 50 feet above ground in a tree. he climbed up after it and carefully hit it to the fairway. he double bogeyed the hole and later withdrew from the tournament. when the tournament ends tiger hopes to reclaim title of number one golfer in the world. it is 7:12. back to savannah, matt, al and sergio dropped out because of a shoulder -- >> not because of the tree. >> not tree related. >> before the storm. >> little breezy there today. thank you so much, guys. let me show you what is going on. unseasonably cold throughout the country today. jet stream takes an unusual dip to the south. temperatures 10 to 20 below normal. as you look around much of the country, teens and 20s in the plains and warm weather in the southwest in to southern california with 80s. 83 phoenix. windy in the southeast. a
:00 p.m. eastern on c-span 2. >> this week on "q&a," dr. francis collins. the director of the national institute of health. your. francis collins, can give us in a nutshell what nih is? ofthe national institute health is an amazing place. it has a budget every year of approximately $30 billion. it is the largest supporter of biomedical research in the world. half of that goes out to grants in every state of the nation. when you hear about a breakthrough that has happened in diabetes research or autism or alzheimer's, it is very likely that it came from a university or institute somewhere that was supported by nih. that is what we do. we support the best and brightest to chase after their visionary ideas, and we think we are good at that. >> what is the influence? as the director, with 27 institutes and centers, how do you influence what goes on? >> it is a very big place. it has 27 institutes and centers. they are various diseases- or organ-instance focused. -- organ-system focused. there is a cancer institute, a diabetes institute, a heart and lung institute. each of these is led by r
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